Time for me to go, please join us again on Wednesday evening for more Scottish football action.
Scottish football as it happened
- Dow, Mackay-Steven & Erskine score for United
- O'Halloran & MacLean gives Saints lead over County
- Jervis pulls one back for Ross County
- Wilson & Sow score as Hearts beat Rangers
- Law had equalised for Rangers
Dundee United celebrate their victory at Pittodrie, which puts them top of the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
"United capitalised on a mistake and from then on they played with a bit of intelligence. Although we had the majority of the play in the second half, they looked dangerous on the break.."
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The top flight resumes on Wednesday evening with a full round of fixtures, including champions Celtic's first league match against St Johnstone in Perth and Partick Thistle's opening game of the season against Ross County in Glasgow.
It's been mainly away wins on the first weekend of the Premiership season with Inverness triumphing at Hamilton yesterday and Dundee United and St Johnstone both picking up three points on the road today.
The Scottish Premiership table after the first weekend of matches, with Celtic and Partick Thistle still to play in the league.
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara
"I thought, to a man, we were very good today. Defensively, as a unit, we were outstanding. It's a great start for us, that's all it is."
Dundee United go top of the Scottish Premiership with a convincing victory at Pittodrie.
St Johnstone open their Scottish Premiership season with a hard-fought away victory over Ross County.
Well, that's that. Chris Erskine rolls the ball home to claim United's third of the day.
Melvin de Leeuw's shot is saved by St Johnstone goalkeeper Alan Mannus.
Former United forward David Goodwillie heads wide with the goal at his mercy, much to Aberdeen's disappointment.
Three minutes of stoppage time at Pittodrie.
A series of set pieces in the St Johnstone half as Ross County try to force a leveller.
Niall McGinn's half-volley from a tight angle does not trouble Dundee United goalkeeper Radoslaw Cierzniak.
Dundee United defender Callum Morris appears to handle the ball in the box but referee Willie Collum waves play on.
Aberdeen's frustrations are summed up as Peter Pawlett works himself into a good position and delivers a decent ball but there is no-one there to attack it.
BBC Radio SCotland pundit
"It's just been a really, really flat day for Aberdeen."
Quite a few stoppages in Dingwall as both sides make changes. St Johnstone's first-half scorer Michael O'Halloran tries to add to his earlier strike but fires over.